Fun for St. Patty’s or any old day! Incorporate these quirky lucky charms into your reading or language lessons (or speech/language therapy sessions!) This versatile product addresses listening, reading comprehension, responding to non-fiction text, and writing in response to text!
This 19 page download includes 16 short but fascinating passages discussing lucky charms from all over the world with 3 or more corresponding critical thinking questions per passage.
► To use for reading comprehension, students can read passages independently (silently or aloud)
► To use for listening comprehension or for struggling readers, passages can be read aloud by teacher or therapist with the focus being on listening or skill comprehension and application.
► Passages can be used with individual students, for partner reading, or for group discussion.
► Great for inclusion/push-in lessons for special ed. teachers or speech-language pathologists. The short passages allow us to focus on comprehension skills without
getting bogged down in lenghty text.
★ Questions require students to use skills ranging from simple recall, comparing, contrasting, making personal connections to deciphering vocabulary in context, drawing conclusions, giving opinions, and justifying responses with evidence. A whole range of critical thinking skills can be applied!
In addition to the 16 passages, this download also includes:
► 5 writing prompts so students can respond to non-fiction text in writing (including graphics for coloring)
► VENN diagrams for students to compare and contrast lucky charms
► lucky charm art in the form of doodle coloring sheets just for fun!
★ Be sure to download the preview for a closer look.
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✨ Prep is easy... Just print, (laminate if you wish), cut and use!
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